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Title: Experimental Investigation and Prediction of Compressive Strength of HPC with SCMs
Authors: Magar, Rajendra
Khan, Afroz Rahat Naeem
Khan, Rahil
Ansari, Shahbaz
Khan, Haroon
Keywords: Staff Publication - SoET
Student Publication - SoET
Staff Publication - CE
Student Publication - CE
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Journal of Advance Research Construction and Urban Architecture
Citation: Magar RB, Khan A, Khan R et al. Experimental Investigation and Prediction of Compressive Strength of HPC with SCMs. J Adv Res Const Urban Arch 2017; 2(1&2): 1-11.
Abstract: Due to environmental concern, the use of supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) is increasing at a high rate in construction industry. In this study, an experimental investigation has been carried out to assess the compressive strength of high performance ternary mix concrete with judicious replacement of cement with (SCMs), which include industrial waste products such as fly ash (FA), ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) and micro silica. Replacement of cement was done up to 40%, 45%, 50%, by incorporating P100 fly ash as an ultrafine material with GGBS as SCMs. Each replacement was further divided into three sub parts (40%F. A-60%GGBS), (45%F.A-55%GGBS) and (50%FA-50%GGBS). Experimental results showed that Mix T3 (60%Cement-20%F.A-20%GGBS) produced maximum strength of 89.4 MPa and 100 MPa at 14 days’ and 28 days’ curing respectively. Experimentally generated data in the laboratory was used for the development of the multiple linear regression models. Keywords: Cement; P100 fly ash; FA; GGBS; HPC; Compressive Strength
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